It is another messy, but quiet day in Prince George, VA. Two of the local papers today are focused on storms. Elliott Robinson has two huge articles on Richmond.com on Essex and Waverly and how they are recovering (or not) from the tornadoes three months ago. 39 more words
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Regional newspapers, the BBC and holding authority to account, thanks to the taxpayers and...a bit of flatulence
Should Trinity Mirror have invested in regional newspapers rather than cost-cutting and creating the doomed New Day?
PITY the poor court reporter on the Borsetshire Echo.
After years numbing their backside on the narrow press benches of that farming county’s courts, faithfully recording drink driving, poaching and a bit of argy-bargy of a weekend outside The Bull, they suddenly have a much bigger story on their hands. 1,356 more words
A Vividata study says 75 per cent of Canadians rely on community newspapers as a primary source of local community information. The study includes digital media so more evidence that print is far from dead. 27 more words
In high school, I was apparently very interested in the topic of media bias, but I never addressed my own biases. I was mainly grilling the obviously right-wing news outlets, and while I mentioned the left-wing outlets (thinking MSNBC might be too biased to the left), there was always one news outlet that I apparently trusted, seemingly with blind faith – The Guardian. 1,462 more words
Newspapers are maximizing the opportunities within their print and digital audiences while developing new products and platforms. The right mix-preserving print revenue, growing digital revenue and developing new revenue streams, are critical to building a sustainable model . 244 more words